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Petter a Range

Post by WildPikey on Mon Mar 29 2010, 15:59

Just wondered if anyone can tell me the difference between a Petter a and a Petter as?

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Re: Petter a Range

Post by Statman on Mon Mar 29 2010, 16:16

Im not 100% sure but to my knowledge the AS is a higher revving engine for the army

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Petter a Range

Post by WildPikey on Mon Mar 29 2010, 17:30

Thanks for the reply,That does make sense as it is marked war department.

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Re: Petter a Range

Post by jay on Tue Mar 30 2010, 07:53

not always..
A petter AS is the higher powered usually from 3hp to 6hp and has a double the thickness flywheel of a petter A also sometimes has a extended shaft on the starting handle side for another pulley take off...Someone on here has one in a saw bench that dont look ex army..I got a factory water pump set on a cast bed plate in light blue with a petter AS 6hp petrol parrafin engine on it..all matching numbers..

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